Product images of Prince and Princess Chichibu of Japan, framed. Fox Talbot Collection
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Prince and Princess Chichibu of Japan, framed. Fox Talbot Collection
A framed photograph print. A formal three-quarter length portrait of Yasuhito and Setsuko, Prince and Princess Chichibu of Japan. The Prince is wearing a uniform, gloves and glasses and holding his cap in his right hand by his side. The Princess is wearing a pale dress and jewellery and has her hair tied up. Near the bottom of both figures are their signatures, as well as a maker's embossed name at the bottom left in front of the Prince. The Prince and Princess were in Britain during 1937, attending the coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, at the time that Commander William L G Adams was working for Naval Intelligence at the Admiralty (HMS President).
Object number: ZBA7503
Artist: K. E. Saki
Dimensions: 489 mm x 328 mm
- Image reference: S3786-001
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London